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March is Disability Awareness Month

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In 1987, President Ronald Reagan proclaimed March as “Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Gillette College to Host Dyslexia Summit Next Month

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Gillette College, which is part of the Northern Wyoming Community College District, will host the 2nd annual Dyslexia Summit April 16 and 17.

Group Wants Public Input on Sage Grouse Core Areas

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The Northeast Wyoming Sage-Grouse Local Working Group will consider recommendations for updating the state’s conservation plan core area and connectivity area maps at its next meeting.

Senior Center to Host Program on Railroad History

Big Horn writer and historian Greg Nickerson will present a talk on Wyoming's railroad history next week at the Sheridan Senior Center.

“Get Out and Shop” Fundraiser Will Be Next Weekend

A local chapter of a international women’s organization, will be hosting a fundraiser next weekend. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

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Commission Backs Grant Application

Johnson County's Commissioners have tentatively approved backing and sponsoring a grant application to study parking solutions, better land use and other related issues concerning the Bomber Mountain Civic Center, county courthouse and the Jim Gatchell Museum properties.

Buffalo Council Tables Decision On Rental Property

A decision on what to do with a rental property owned by the City of Buffalo was tabled at the council's last meeting to give the department heads time to meet and discuss options before giving a recommendation to the council.

A Look Back in Time: March 6, 1915

Sheridan police are asking the aid of parents and teachers to eliminate the games of marbles that are happening in the middle of the city streets.

Man Runs Into Cars at Fremont Toyota

A Sheridan man was arrested after crashing into four cars on the lot of Fremont Toyota on Coffeen Avenue earlier this week.

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